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Effect of some xenobiotics on the activities of enzymes relating to the glucuronic acid pathway and on the ascorbic acid metabolism in guinea pigs



Effect of some xenobiotics on the activities of enzymes relating to the glucuronic acid pathway and on the ascorbic acid metabolism in guinea pigs



Agricultural & Biological Chemistry 46(12): 3101-3104




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DOI: 10.1271/bbb1961.46.3101


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